Experts, activists and NGO representatives from across Europe gathered for the first time in 2 years for European Freedom Network’s in-person conference in October of this year.
As ongoing efforts continue in response to the Ukrainian Crisis EFN’s collaboration with key stakeholders to bring resources, information, and aid to our partners around Europe has taken many different forms.
While our hearts grieve the realities of war and conflict for the people of Ukraine, EFN has been encouraged and inspired by the holistic, passionate and professional response of its members.
Anti-trafficking organizations unite to condemn Ukraine invasion and traffickers’ attempts to target fleeing victims
Leading non-profit groups in the fight against human trafficking say that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is feeding instability and dramatically raising the risk of human trafficking in the region
EFN is already hearing of reports and concerns about possible human trafficking activities taking place at the borders surrounding Ukraine. EFN is working with its’ member and churches on ground to ensure that refugees are informed of traffickers’ tactics and are connected to people that can help. We have partners working on the border of [...]
We must all call for a new social contract, one that addresses the pervasive roots and ills of inequality and all its forms.
No one country, entity, or institution can eliminate modern slavery and human trafficking alone. This is why EFN collaborates with NGOs, churches, government bodies, and authorities to tackle this crime.
Last week, the European Freedom Network (EFN) held its 7th Bridge Conference. 309 anti-trafficking experts and ministry leaders from 43 different countries gathered online from all across Europe over a 5-day period for the event. EFN has been gathering Christian communities since 2011 to fight human trafficking and commercial exploitation in Europe.